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This volume contains twenty studies of Erasmus. They shed light on his mental development, his attitude towards Renaissance Humanism and Reformation, and his most important publications. His relationship to Luther especially, but also to Ulrich von Hutten, Huldrych Zwingli and Menno Simons are ...
The essays in this volume illuminate various problems in research into late-antique Gnosis, including Manichaeism and the religion of the Mandaeans, who live to this day in Iraq and Iran. Essays on particular issues are balanced with overviews of the state of research.
This study of the local colour in the texts of Acts 13 and 14 and on the problem of the addressees of the letter to the Galatians introduces the newest findings in historical research of the province of Galatia in antiquity and shows how they may be fruitfully used in the interpretation of Acts ...
By studying and comparing Pseudo-Athanasius, Contra Arianos IV and Eusebius' anti-Marcellan texts, this pseudonymus tract can be dated (ca. 340), so that it sheds light on the dark years between Nicea and the synods of Rome and Antioch (340/341).
The philosophical implications of one of Gregory of Nyssa's major later works, De Vita Moysis, allow important insights into his thought. The main aim of this study is to demonstrate the connections between rhetoric, theology and philosophy in Gregory's work.
This volume examines the theological doctrine of al-Māturīdī (d.944 CE) by describing its principal characteristics and situating it within the history of Sunnī kalām.
This collection assembles 13 studies dealing with the history and importance of the ancient Jewish romance called Joseph and Aseneth, which in the original Greek and through ancient and medieval versions became part of the Christian heritage.
Edited by Antonio Loprieno
An introduction to the history, genres, style, and later reception of Ancient Egyptian literature. Written from an interdisciplinary point of view, it offers an up-to-date discussion of the nature of literary communication in pharaonic Egypt.
Korkut M. Buğday
Evliyā Çelebi describes his travels in Anatolia in the third volume of the Seyāḥatnāme, which is one of the most important narrative sources for the history of the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century. This edition provides a contribution to the growing investigation of Evliyā Çelebi's oeuvre.
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